Archipalago slams industry players pushing Yaw Tog and undermining Asakaa Boys

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US-based Ghanaian social commentator Dennis Anane popularly known in Showbiz as Archipalago has waded into the supposed ‘beef’ between Asakaa boys and Yaw Tog which started some months ago.

Yaw Tog and Asakaa Boys’ supposed was sparked when the former released the remix version of his hit song ‘Sore’ which features the United Kingdom’s finest rapper Stormzy and Ghanaian rapper Kwesi Arthur without the verses of the Asakaa boys.

A whole lot of controversies sparked on social media between Yaw Tog and the Asakaa Boys following the removal of their verses from ‘Sore’remix.

Following this, fans started alleging about a possible beef between the young rapper and his crew when the group failed t appear in the official music video of the remix version of the ‘Sore’ song, allegations he later confirmed.

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Yaw Tog revealed that the group told him that they can’t work with him anymore since he wasn’t ready to sign a record deal with their label, Life Living Records. He added that the group started distancing themselves from him and even went on to delete his verses on songs they had recorded earlier.

Reacting to the supposed beef, Archiplalgo slammed some industry players fueling ‘beef’ between Yaw Tog and the Asakaa boys.

According to the controversial entertainment critic, some people have deliberately been pushing Yaw Tog in his music career and fueling the feud between him and the Asakaa Boys for their personal gains.

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He said all these industry people are supporting Yaw Tog because of the hatred they have for the Asakaa Boys and the agenda to overshadow them but what they don’t know is the Asakaa Boys are worldwide stars now.

“Asakaa boys ho tan nti y’all forcibly promoting artistes which they opened doors for them to do start doing drill music in Ghana to try and overshadow them but just know that they’re worldwide already!”

Archipalago Wades Into Industry Players Fueling ‘Beef’ Between Yaw Tog & The Asakaa Boys


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